NM Gov. Susana Martinez signs Union Pacific tax bill in Santa Teresa
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#1 Apr 5, 2011
too bad for santa teresa ... it is now on the wrong side of the tracks ...
#2 Apr 5, 2011
With an economy low and job rate high, it is a good move. Hope the intended goals are achieved.
#3 Apr 5, 2011
This is great for those in the trucking industry. Remember what comes on the rail has to come off and be delevered and goes back on loaded, jobs for local drivers. It's called a CDL License. Keep your license clean, stay out of trouble and you have a job for life. Once again El Pissso is left out. But for some strange reason all we go after are J-town jobs and business. There model for business are mexican greasy spoons, bars, and you know the rest. What a same EL PISSSSO
#4 Apr 5, 2011
I have to agree with Uass, El Paso again sat on this money making venture, to discuss a worthless issue,and then try to stick it to the citizens of EL Paso. But addressing the trucking industry the only ones that benefit are the mexican truckers, the Osama administration and pass presients are still kissing the mexican national behind. Close the borders to the mexican truckers and you will see the trucking industry here grow.
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